Half Day Tasting of Great Burgundy Wines - France

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English, French
Minimum Drinking Age
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Activity Overview
Wines, local cheeses or fine chocolates
2 tastings - 8 to 12 wines including Premier cru

  • Tasting of Great Burgundy Wines in a vaulted cellar. Selection of red and white wines, including Premier Cru, paired with local cheeses or fine chocolates. Food and wine matching suggestions.
  • Second wine tasting at a wine estate steeped in family history. Tasting of Pinot Noir wines developed in harmony with the Terroir (soils) and tradition.
  • Stop off in the charming village of Gevrey-Chambertin « The king of Burgundy wines ».
Practical information
November - March: Departure at 2pm - Return about 5pm
April - October: Departure at 9.30am - Return about 12.30pm
Departure point: Maison Divia, 16 Place Darcy, 21000 Dijon
  • Wine Tastings & Entrance Fees
  • Transportation
  • English & French speaking Tour Guide
2-8 people
Start Time
Daily, until Mar 31, 20182:00 PM
Daily, starting Apr 1, 2018, until Oct 31, 20189:30 AM
3 H
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Cancellation Policy
Custom policy
  • Cancellations made 3 days before will be fully refunded.
  • Cancellations made at a later date will not be refunded.
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